Ever since Colin Moriarty left Kinda Funny to form Colin’s Last Stand, Sony fans have been starving for a quality PlayStation centric podcast. While Kinda Funny Games Daily and Beyond do scratch that itch to an extent, it just isn’t the same as PS I Love You.
Recently, Colin tweeted his thanks to his Patreon members for two consecutive months of subscriber growth on Colin’s Last Stand’s Patreon. Alongside that, he revealed that a new show would be joining Side Quest, Fireside Chats, Knockback and CLS Prime.
Thank you for two consecutive months of subscriber growth on CLS' Patreon (if unresolved declined pledges didn't muddy the numbers, it'd actually show!).
Your support truly means the world to me.
Tomorrow, a new show joins the CLS family. I'm excited. <3 https://t.co/SulrJPQTqi
— Colin Moriarty (@notaxation) July 2, 2018
But what will the show be about?
While Moriarty has not unveiled the name, or what the content will cover, fans are certain it will be a PlayStation centric podcast, similar to PS I Love You.
In a Reddit thread discussing the new show, posted to the Colin’s Last Stand official subreddit, user omgitzjay28 stated they were 100 percent certain the new show would revolve around PlayStation.
“His last 2 videos have Playstation teasers at the very end.”
Alongside this, plenty of Colin’s social media posts have talked about PlayStation, with some even ending in △ O X ☐. Other posts have hinted that the new show will be co-hosted by Chris Ray Gun. For those unfamiliar with Gun’s work, a synopsis taken from the YouTube Wiki shows that he has similar views and interests to Moriarty.
“Chris is best known for “Social Justice: The Musical“, a series of song parody videos. Some of his songs feature other YouTubers such as Rucka Rucka Ali. Chris is frequently compared to iDubbbz.”
The idea of a co-host only fans the flames of the possibility of the show being a reincarnation of PS I Love You.
The unnamed show will debut tomorrow for Patreon members.
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